RichardTyrrell
Location: Mission Viejo via Seattle, California, United States
Traditions: Interfaith, Humanism, New Age, Universal Ethics
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It is better to be humble in the face of genuine compassion when further educating yourself on what wrongs were done before you!-- ME

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To bring about an actual political campaign involving the changing of our American systems that be. That is, to get involved politically as to help public education, the environment, penal system reform, the economy at large and further pass on an... more
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The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on.

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One must love the mirror in the face of truth, only if one loves the outlook of your inner compassion.

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my creation
http://rtyrrell3@comcast.net
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It is better to fail at doing something, than to succeed in doing nothing.

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heard it years ago
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Do not treat others as you yourself would not be treated.

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These are the four abuses:  desire to succeed in order to make oneself famous; taking credit for the labors of others; refusal to correct one's errors despite advice; refusal to change one's ideas despite warnings.

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We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.

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The perception of a problem is always relative.  Your headache feels terrific to the druggist.

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Empathy is your pain I feel in my heart.

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Brilliance: Uncommon Voices from Uncommon Women
by Dan Zadra
Page 74
Published by Compendium Publishing , Lynnwood, Wa., USA , 2005
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Pity arises when we are sorry for someone.Compassion is when we understand and help wisely.

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Heart of a Buddha
Published by Amitabha Publications , Temple City, CA , 2003
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Always be mindful of the kindness and not the faults of others

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Heart of a Buddha
Published by Amitabha Publications , Temple City, CA , 2003
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